Book Review: I’m a Girl: Sexual Maturity by Shelley Metten is a book for teens about reproductive health.
A short overview of this book
I’m a Girl: Sexual Maturity by Shelley Metten is a book for older teens about conception, contraception, and reproductive health.
This is a series of 5 books, of which this is the fifth book. This book is targeting older teens and addresses the changes that happen during puberty (to the genitals and reproductive organs including menstruation), male anatomy, conception, contraception and sexually transmitted infections.
The explanation of sexual intercourse is a little different to the usual descriptions. It provides a physiological explanation, and talks about sexual desire and arousal.
The first book, I’m a Girl: Special Me is for 5-7 year olds, the second book, I’m a Girl: My Changing Body is for 8-10 year olds, the third book, I’m a Girl: Hormones is for 11-13 year olds, and the fourth book, I’m a Girl, How are Boys Different, is for kids aged 13+.
You can learn more on this page, about how to talk to kids about sex education.
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What’s the ideal age for this book?
I’m a Girl: Sexual Maturity by Shelley Metten is ideal for teens aged 14+.
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